it was a bit heavy and probably too late for such conversations, but there were some interesting findings.
my take is that loyalty is very important and should not be broken, no matter what the person/thing you’re loyal to has done to question said loyalty.
I used an incredibly incendiary example that no matter what heinous crime my friend committed, I’d always be loyal to him. even horrible, horrible stuff like killing a kid, for example. controversial example obviously, but I felt I needed to go the full hog to test his loyalty to me.
thing is - he felt completely different and mentioned that there is a line, that once crossed, that would be it. game over.
debate got way too heavy to be honest and went on into the wee small hours, but I’m glad we had it, because I know if I was to do something truly dreadful, he wouldn’t be there for me.
thoughts on loyalty? should it be an unflinching thing, or like my friend, is there a line that once crossed, there can be no going back?